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The acceptability and uptake of smartphone tracking for COVID-19 in Australia
PM Garrett, JP White, S Lewandowsky, Y Kashima, A Perfors, DR Little, ...
PloS one 16 (1), e0244827, 2021
812021
Public acceptance of privacy-encroaching policies to address the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom
S Lewandowsky, S Dennis, A Perfors, Y Kashima, JP White, P Garrett, ...
Plos one 16 (1), e0245740, 2021
652021
Privacy versus open science
S Dennis, P Garrett, H Yim, J Hamm, AF Osth, V Sreekumar, B Stone
Behavior research methods 51, 1839-1848, 2019
472019
A hierarchical Bayesian model of "memory for when" based on experience sampling data.
S Dennis, H Yim, V Sreekumar, N Evans, P Garrett, P Sederberg
CogSci, 2017
362017
Young adults view smartphone tracking technologies for COVID-19 as acceptable: the case of Taiwan
PM Garrett, YW Wang, JP White, S Hsieh, C Strong, YC Lee, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (3), 1332, 2021
352021
Psychological factors shaping public responses to COVID-19 digital contact tracing technologies in Germany
A Kozyreva, P Lorenz-Spreen, S Lewandowsky, PM Garrett, SM Herzog, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 18716, 2021
34*2021
Examining the Independence of Scales in Episodic Memory using Experience Sampling Data.
H Yim, P Garrett, M Baker, S Dennis, C Kalish, M Rau, J Zhu, T Rogers, ...
CogSci, 2018
28*2018
Task uncertainty can account for mixing and switch costs in task-switching
PS Cooper, PM Garrett, JL Rennie, F Karayanidis
PloS one 10 (6), e0131556, 2015
262015
A system for collecting and analyzing experience-sampling data
S Dennis, H Yim, P Garrett, V Sreekumar, B Stone
Behavior Research Methods 51, 1824-1838, 2019
162019
Comparative estimation systems perform under severely limited workload capacity
PM Garrett, Z Howard, JW Houpt, D Landy, A Eidels
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 92, 102255, 2019
132019
Papers please-predictive factors of national and international attitudes toward immunity and vaccination passports: Online representative surveys
PM Garrett, JP White, S Dennis, S Lewandowsky, CT Yang, Y Okan, ...
JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 8 (7), e32969, 2022
11*2022
A show about nothing: No-signal processes in systems factorial technology.
ZL Howard, P Garrett, DR Little, JT Townsend, A Eidels
Psychological Review 128 (1), 187, 2021
11*2021
A representative sample of Australian participant’s attitudes towards the COVIDSafe App
P Garrett, J White, D Little, A Perfors, Y Kashima, S Lewandowsky, ...
GitHub. URL: https://paulgarrettphd. github. io/Site/Wave3PrelimAnalysis …, 2020
10*2020
High acceptance of COVID-19 Tracing Technologies in Taiwan: A nationally representative survey analysis
PM Garrett, YW Wang, JP White, Y Kashima, S Dennis, CT Yang
International journal of environmental research and public health 19 (6), 3323, 2022
92022
Australia has all but abandoned the covidsafe app in favour of qr codes (so make sure you check in)
PM Garrett, SJ Dennis
The Conversation, 2021
82021
Systems factorial technology analysis of mixtures of processing architectures
DR Little, A Eidels, JW Houpt, PM Garrett, DW Griffiths
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 92, 102229, 2019
82019
Social licensing of privacy-encroaching policies to address the COVID-19 pandemic
S Dennis, S Lewandowsky, P Lorenz-Spreen, K Oberauer, Y Okan, ...
URL: https://stephanlewandowsky. github. io/UKsocialLicence/index. html, 2020
42020
Wheel of fortune: A cross-cultural examination of how expertise shapes the mental representations of familiar and unfamiliar numerals
PM Garrett, M Bennett, YT Hsieh, ZL Howard, CT Yang, DR Little, A Eidels
Computational Brain & Behavior, 1-15, 2022
2*2022
The stroop effect from a mixture of reading processes: A fixed-point analysis
G Tillman
OSF Preprints, 2017
22017
Obtaining stable predicted distributions of response times and decision outcomes for the circular diffusion model
PL Smith, PM Garrett, J Zhou
Computational Brain & Behavior 6 (4), 543-555, 2023
12023
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